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First Hull of Riva 50M Moves to Ancona Shipyard

Riva Yachts is continuing construction on the first Riva 50M, which is set to launch in 2018.

March 16, 2017
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The hull of the Riva 50M emerges. Maurizio Paradisi

Riva Yachts has moved the hull of its first Riva 50M into the new Riva Superyachts Division at the Ferretti Group’s superyacht yard in Ancona, Italy.

This yard is the same place where the Ferretti Group builds 91- to 295-foot yachts in aluminum, steel and fiberglass for the brands CRN, Pershing, Custom Line and, now, Riva.

The Riva 50M is a 164-foot yacht with a steel hull. She has four decks with six staterooms, accommodating 12 guests. There also are four cabins for crew.

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Two garages: A stern garage will hold a Williams Dieseljet 625 tender, while a bow garage will be home to a rescue tender. Personal watercraft will stow on the foredeck.

Follow construction on Hull No. 1: visit the Riva website.

Also new from Riva: an online boutique that offers luxury accessories.

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